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Changing Trains

From nipping across platforms to changing stations, view all you need to know about train changes

If you’re headed across Europe by train, it’s likely you’ll have to change trains! Changing trains is easy, and will usually just require a quick hop across platforms.

When you book a holiday with Railbookers, we will always make sure you have time to comfortably make the connections between your trains. Changes of trains aren’t difficult, and will normally just be from one platform to another, although occasionally a city will have two or more stations and a station change may be needed. Speak to us about organising transfers between stations, or ask one of our Rail Experts for details on directions.

STATIONS

What to expect at the train station as you start and continue your adventure

Train stations in Europe range from ornately sculpted, historical caverns to ultra-modern, “destination stations” of enormous scale. In many cases, the station will be your first taste of a city and the beginning of your adventure. Arrivals and departures will be clearly signalled on large boards in the station’s main concourse, and you should be able to find your train number and platform easily.

FIRST CLASS LOUNGES AT STATIONS IN EUROPE

Larger stations across Europe will often have lounges available for first class ticket holders. Facilities will vary, but you will invariably be greeted with a quiet, peaceful place to wait for your train. Some lounges also offer beverages and free Wi-Fi internet access. One of our Rail Experts will be able to advise you of the facilities available on your holiday.

PASSPORT, VISA AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

Review passport, visa and ID requirements for travelling by rail

Before you depart on your Railbookers holiday, please ensure you have satisfied your destination’s passport and visa requirements. All passengers, including infants, are required to have a valid passport. Please check your documents to ensure all passports and visas are valid prior to purchasing your tickets. If your passport is in your maiden name this should not normally cause any difficulties, please take a copy of your marriage certificate with you when you travel.

INSURANCE

It is a condition of booking with Railbookers that you have sufficient travel insurance to cover your trip.
If you have any further questions regarding ID requirements or insurance, please contact one of our Rail Experts on 1300 938 534.

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